Welcome to the Multicultural Council of Wellington website. It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the first posting on the new Multicultural Council of Wellington's website.

This is a wonderful opportunity to keep us up to date with what is happening around Wellington, and the upcoming opportunities for participation.

This is a place where we can celebrate our achievements, reflect on our challenges, and look forward together as we work to achieve the goals outlined in our Strategic Plan. We welcome everyone to participate in the online discussions to help us form connections, gain new ideas, and progress the well-being of our city so that it becomes a place where all people are valued and fulfil their potential.

Please share this website with your family, friends and colleagues so that it becomes a resource that is beneficial for all our communities.

Raveen Annamalai - President, Multicultural Council of Wellington

Contact me if you are interested in joining the Council. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with the latest news and events from the Council and the many different cultures in our wonderful city.

Latest news and updates

 

2017/18 Executive Committee and Strategic Plan

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The Multicultural Council of Wellington announces its newly elected 2015/16 Executive Committee and its three year Strategic Plan. Keep Reading

Tue 15 Aug 2017, 08:15 pm

 

Transforming our world by 2030. A New Agenda for Global Action

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The United Nations Association of New Zealand invites all New Zealand communities to share local thoughts, ideas and commitments for the realisation of the Post 2015 Development Agenda: ‘Transforming our world by 2030: A New Agenda for Global Action.” Keep Reading

Fri 21 Aug 2015, 08:39 am

 

Multicultural New Zealand Cultural and Social Support Service Practitioners Hui

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Multicultural NZ (NZFMC) for the first time organised a national meeting of the frontline cultural and social support service practitioners in the ethnic migrant and refugee community groups industry for an opportunity to share ideas, stories, and hope. Keep Reading

Fri 21 Aug 2015, 08:07 am

 

Ministry of Education public consultation on international students

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The Ministry of Education has started a public consultation on two new regulations related to international students. Keep Reading

Fri 21 Aug 2015, 06:14 am

 

Reception to mark the 48th ASEAN Day and the 40th Anniversary of the ASEAN-New Zealand Dialogue Partnership

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The ASEAN Heads of Missions based in Wellington, namely Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines countries jointly organized a reception to mark the 48th ASEAN Day and the 40th Anniversary of the ASEAN-New Zealand Dialogue Partnership in the evening of 11 July 2015 at the Royal Thai Embassy. Keep Reading

Thu 20 Aug 2015, 08:01 pm

 

Support a refugee background woman to get a driver licence

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Changemakers Refugee Programme are looking for some remarkable women willing to volunteer their time to take a refugee-background woman for driving practice. Keep Reading

Thu 20 Aug 2015, 02:28 pm

 

Immigration New Zealand’s Client Complaint Resolution Process

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Immigration New Zealand’s thanks everyone for their participation in and input into the recent review of INZ’s Client Complaint Resolution Process (CCRP). The review has now been completed and INZ leadership have agreed in principle to the recommendations of the review report. Keep Reading

Thu 20 Aug 2015, 02:01 pm

 

President meets Mayor Celia Wade-Brown

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President Raveen recently met with Mayor Celia Wade who has been supporting MCCW for many years. She supports all our current events with great enthusiasm and frequently acknowledges the Council. Keep Reading

Thu 20 Aug 2015, 12:46 pm

 
 

 

Sponsors

Pelorus Trust BNZ The Office of Ethnic Communities Wellington Community Trust

The Lion Foundation Pub Charity Limited Four Winds

Key Partners

       
Human Rights Commission HuiE! White Ribbon New Zealand NZ Interfaith Group
       
Change Makers Refugee Forum Newcomers Network HWPL English Language Partners
 

 

 

 

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